Description - The Imaginary Gentleman by Helen Halstead
Lyme Regis,1806 Laura Morrison, aged 30, meets Mr Templeton, with whom she has an instant rapport. After three chance meetings, he disappears and no one will confirm ever seeing him. Laura risks danger and disgrace to discover the truth. Information comes to light convincing her family she is deluded - the gentleman is imaginary. They conspire to force her to marry her cousin, Sir Richard Morrison, in the belief that marriage will cure her ills. Laura begins to doubt her own sanity, and agrees. The conspiracy begins to unravel...
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(198mm x 132mm x 24mm)
Publisher: Random House Australia
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Author Biography - Helen Halstead
Helen Halstead is a relief teacher in South Australia and an Austen fan since childhood. Her first novel A PRIVATE PERFORMANCE- a sequel to Jane Austen's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE was published in September 2005.